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Before you invest in a ready-made saxophone, try building our Water Bottle Membranophone, which sounds surprising similar—considering that it’s made using a drinking straw, a rolled-up sheet of paper, a bit of rubber glove, and, yes, a plastic water bottle. The What’s Going On segment explores how vibrations make the sound and how cutting holes in or changing the length of the paper tube will change the pitch of your membranophone. This activity from the Exploratorium—a San Francisco-based museum of science, art, and human perception—is one in a series of hands-on science activities using readily available materials. This video was created by the Exploratorium and provided to the National Science Digital Library (NSDL).

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Before you invest in a ready-made saxophone, try building our Water Bottle Membranophone, which sounds surprising similar—considering that it’s made using a drinking straw, a rolled-up sheet of paper, a bit of rubber glove, and, yes, a plastic water bottle. The What’s Going On segment explores how vibrations make the sound and how cutting holes in or changing the length of the paper tube will change the pitch of your membranophone. This activity from the Exploratorium—a San Francisco-based museum of science, art, and human perception—is one in a series of hands-on science activities using readily available materials. This video was created by the Exploratorium and provided to the National Science Digital Library (NSDL).

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